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A10 - THE JOURNAL, Thursday, February 18, 2010 C " &apos; P ' q)mlCS ' j SuperPuzzle Can't Standish Still ACROSS Contaminates 1 VMMMII site 55 Butz or 7 Serenity Warren 12 Brazes River 56 Sapporo city sash 16 Clerical garb 57 Tactful 19 Point the 59 Consider finger at 61 Ford flop 20 Synthetic 63 Maine town fiber ' 64 Space 21 Christiania, 66AI - (cooking today term) 22 Remote 67 Lear, to 23 Riddle: Gonenl Part 1 69 Riddle: 25 Gershwin's Part 3 "- in Blue" 74 Fleur-de- - 27 Beatty or 75 Desert Buntline schlepper 28 Gaggle gai 77 - Romeo 29 Watch part 78 Heep of 30 Fountain Dickens order 80 Coeur d'-, 31 Rocker Marc ID 33 Nature spirit 81 Cartoonist 36 Sable, for Silverstein one 83 Hard to 38 Lee of 'q'he describe Fall Guy" 88 Humod 41 Cantaloupe's 89 Little one cousin 91 Prate 43 Team 92 -4 (Toyota 44 Skater model) Berezhnaya 93 Riddle: 45 Bleak Part 4 critique 98 Loafer part 46 Riddle: 99 Gladden Part 2 101 Alan of 51 Papua New "Gilligan's Guinea port Island" 52 102 Frequent 30 i . ,, ! ! 6 Equine 47 Pigskin 90 Aged, as exdamaUons PreP paper 7 Kelly's 48 Mubarak 94 Poultry possum of Egypt serving 8 Goofs 49 Helps a 95 Cobbler's Funicello co-star 104 Scanty 105 Roller- coaster feeling 108 1970 World's Fair site 9 Tabloid hood need 109 Chatterley or subjects 50 Mosaic bit 96 Palindromic " Windermere 10 Dot follower 53 Singer Tort name 110 Director 11 Minnesota 54 Torah, e.g. 97 Asian ox Nicolas twins? 56 Shade of 100 Nonclencai 111 Skip 12 Merit green 103 It's down in 113 Turbine part 13 '75 59 Realm the mouth 116 - Goncaio, Wimbledon 60 Big bird 104 Vandellas' Brazil winner 62 Indian dty leader 119 Avoidance 14 More humid 65 Oven 105 Lock 121 Answer to 15 "Alley -" setting 106 Biblical nddle 16 In progress 67 - Lama book 125 Swell place? 17 Soup scoop 68 Improve 107 Summarize 126 Actor Barry - 18 Adams or 70 - kwon do 168 Ocean 127 Murcia Ferry 71 London vessel mister 24 Actor Chaney borough 109 Chdstie or 128 Farm 26 It needs to be 72 Furious Costello adolescent threaded 73 Short 112 Lion's pride 129 Weaken 29 Boom or gaff movie? 114 Melville 130 - -Neisse 31 Swindle 75 Funny work Line 32 Wind fellow 115 Like 131 Early instrument? 76 Deadly Hit's German 34 Spitz sound 79 "It's a curtain 132 Spanish - 35 Exec's deg. deal!" 116 Couch 37 Perplexed 81 - terrier 117 Se well 38 Blend 82 Drill 118 Creole DOWN 39 Jai - sergeant's veggie 1 Cut 40 Army vehicle shout 120 - trip 2 Flu symptom 41 "Makin' 84 West. 121 Ltr. 3 Uke some Whoopee" alliance addenda donuts singer 85 Improve 122 Where 4 Groan 42 Pro foe oneself, flocks frolic producer 43 "The King in a way 123 'q'ell - No" 5 and r' setting 86 Behind ('65 hit) Shakespearean 45 Brendel's schedule 124 Outer edge snake instrument 87 Always MAGIC MAZE ALONE WSKHEBYVS PM J HEB YIVTQOL IGDBTYWT .UNA C COMP A N I E0R P MGK ! 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In our example, we P, //2  ' changed DARE to RISK in four moves. . n =  See if you can change the following five DIFFICULTY THIS WEEK: * * A REVOLUTIONARY REBUS PUZZLE1 What historic American event is represented in the rebus pictured to the right? .'ed eeL uoso9,, eLI1 luesludeJ lsn[u s!ql 'eoleJgq.L .'0. g olu! poddoJp 6uleq s! ,..L. e %11qg,I eql Ul :JlisW 1:=:::_-'; DON'T MANGLE THIS ONEI In this puzzle, all of the words get progressively longer, and they all start with MAN. Some hints are: 1. MAN (in place). 2. Found on a lion. 3. Tropical fruit. 4. To control. 5, An aquatic mammal. 6, A musical instrument. UlUe '9 'emeue4 g 'e,uell , 'o'!AI ' 'eUelAI " a 't :ueW words in four moves. 1, LOAN to PAID 2, RATE to COST 3. SAND to PILE 4. TAPE to WORM 5. WAND to SILK ")l'llS 'tNIS 'NVS '(3NVS 'QNVM ' 'lt0M 'q40M 31:101 '31:1Vl '3dV.L '# 371d ':lWd '::l'lVS 'NVS 'QNVS ' lS03 '1SV3 '3SV3 ':SVt;:I ':llV'd 'QlVd 'NlVd 'NtV'I 'NIO'I 'NV0"I 'I Out on a Limb I i @ ? 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